Philadelphia County
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Things To Do in Philadelphia County

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Historical Architecture
sculptorThe Independence Palace, the home of the debate and adoption of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States, is now the National Independence History Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Originally completed in 1753 as the Pennsylvania Capitol, it has been used as the Pennsylvania and federal Capitol building. From 1775 to 1783, it became the main rallying point during the American Independence, the seat of the Constituent Assembly in the summer of 1787.
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E31***84We travled for the first time to pennsylvania last year and it was beautiful ! The community has so much history to share and the liberty bell was my favorite attraction !
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E31***84We went to pennsylvania for the first time last year and it was amazing. The museum of art was dedicated to the Rocky Balboa was incredible !
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Famous Residences
西行阿里Franklin died here in 1790. The house itself was destroyed, no longer in existence, but the original site was preserved and the Franklin Museum was established (Benjamin Franklin Museum).
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City Hall
palettes_nyThe famous high-rise in the center of Philadelphia should be next to the observation canter, this attraction is in the city hall, the visitor center here introduced recommended, so make an appointment to visit at noon. When you come here, there are only 3 tourists, very few tourists, take the elevator all the way to the top of the city hall. Feel like the whole building of Philadelphia is relatively small compared with other cities in the East, there are not too many skyscrapers. But the overall architecture of Philadelphia is more classical and it's a fun experience to climb the top of the town hall to see the sights.
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Garden
sculptorThe longwood garden in Pennsylvania is a famous botanical garden on the East Coast of the United States. It was opened to the public a hundred years ago and contains more than 4,000 species of plants, in addition to fountains and statues.